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    • Open Adoption Doesn't Mean Co-Parenting with Birth Parents

      If you are considering adoption, you more than likely being introduced to various methods and arrangements for how this process can be carried out. One such arrangement is an open adoption, which ...

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    • How to Obtain Legal Guardianship of a Minor

      Legal guardianship of a child can be granted to someone when a court believes the child will have a better life with the person seeking guardianship. Whenever possible, Oklahoma courts prefer to keep ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

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    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

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    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

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    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony, commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, there ...

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    • How Does Dying Without a Will Affect Probate?

      Intestacy refers to the condition of an estate when its owner dies without a valid will in place. There are a number of reasons why an estate can fall into intestacy, and it’s not always due to the ...

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    • Estate Planning: Why Everyone Should Have a Plan

      Many people assume estate planning is exclusively for the wealthy. However, it’s beneficial for everyone to have some sort of estate plan in place regardless of the size of their estate. Doing so ...

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    • What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?

      You may need to file a quiet title action if a link in the chain of title of a property is either broken or incorrect. A chain of title is a list of people who have owned a property before the current ...

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    • License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Child Support in Oklahoma

      In all states, both parents are expected to financially support their children, and this does not change because parents are not married or because they are divorced. Under Oklahoma law, one or both ...

      Read More
    • Essential Tips on How to Co-Parent Your Children After Divorce

      If you and your former spouse share children, you will still have to be in each other’s lives after your divorce is finalized and, if there is a lot of negativity and resentment between the two of ...

      Read More
    • Who Is Eligible for Alimony in a Divorce?

      Alimony, commonly known as spousal support, constitutes regular payments that one spouse makes to the other for following their divorce. Alimony is not as common today as it used to be, however, there ...

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    • Can an HOA Really Force Me out of My Home?

      If you live somewhere with a homeowners association or condominium association, you probably already know how demanding these organizations can be. The covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs) ...

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    • 6 Common Reasons for HOA Fines

      If you’re house hunting for the perfect place to call home, odds are you’ve come across a few listings located in a community with a homeowners association (HOA). These organizations are typically ...

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    • What Are the Responsibilities of a Child’s Legal Guardian?

      Whether you’re trying to assign a guardian for your child or have been named as one in someone’s will, chances are you probably have an idea about what this role is all about. A legal guardian is ...

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    • Why You Should Contest Guardianship During Probate

      When people with children younger than 18 are creating estate plans or drafting their wills, factoring in who will care for their children is a vital issue. No situation where a loved one passes away ...

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    • How Does Intestate Succession Work in Oklahoma?

      Although it’s advisable for adults regardless of age, wealth, or health to have at least a valid will in place, not everyone does by the time they pass away. Some may even have their wills thrown out ...

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    • Why You Should Contest Guardianship During Probate

      When people with children younger than 18 are creating estate plans or drafting their wills, factoring in who will care for their children is a vital issue. No situation where a loved one passes away ...

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    • What Are Common Reasons for Contesting a Will?

      Under most circumstances, it’s difficult to challenge a will. Typically, only people who are named in them or are legal heirs – such as children and spouses – can bring a will contest forward and ...

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    • 6 Common Reasons for HOA Fines

      If you’re house hunting for the perfect place to call home, odds are you’ve come across a few listings located in a community with a homeowners association (HOA). These organizations are typically ...

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    • Are Verbal Contracts Legally Binding?

      A verbal contract is created when two (or more) parties agree to do something in trade for something else that holds value. A contract can be: Formally written; Casually written; or Verbal. If one or ...

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    • How to Maintain Property Lines with Neighbors

      Everyone dreams of the perfect home; whether that be a country house with white picket fences or a place in the suburbs surrounded by perfectly manicured hedges. Whichever idea strikes your fancy, it ...

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